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An Alliance of Friends
An Alliance of Dripping Springs residents forms to defend itself against unregulated development.
News Story  September 21, 2001, by Amy Smith
"...On a rare rainy morning in late August, Radiance resident Roger Kew stops midway down the path leading to the Golden Dome -- the communal meditation site -- and stands motionless for a couple of seconds. "Hear the quiet?" the native Londoner asks, cocking his head..."

The Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival is not sexist; the city/Bradley settlement bodes poorly for Barton Springs; golf courses pay their way; and more reader mail.
Columns  March 24, 2000
"...Please, let's have a car-free downtown with great tram service. (Trams are what the 'Dillos are pretending to be.) Then we can divert the huge car-parking budget to sidewalks and bikeways..."

News Story  June 2, 2000, by Rob D'Amico
"...Roger Kew, an HCWPP member, says the group filed a lawsuit after hearing county workers explain that Commissioner Bill Burnett had helped them "draw the lines" on the road map after it was approved by the Commissioners Court but before it was submitted to the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO). The plan is used as input for CAMPO's area transportation plan, which is then used as a guideline to seek federal and state transportation funds...."

A Rural Riddle
Hays County Water Planning Partnership forms to try and stop unmitigated growth
News Story  October 15, 1999, by Rob D'Amico
"...Roger Kew, another area resident and HCWPP member, agrees. "I'm sure the cost would be prohibitive," he says..."

Matter Over Mind
The proposed Cypress Realty Development in Dripping Springs
News Story  September 21, 2001, by Rob Curran and Amy Smith
"..."Nobody likes to be told that they're doing something wrong," Baxter says. "But that's what we're doing, and that's what makes us unpopular." Radiance resident Roger Kew makes no excuse for the group's unpopularity: "We feel as residents that the council members had a duty to safeguard our interests..."

We are wrong, wrong, wrong. So is golf.
Columns  March 10, 2000
"...Roger Kew, Manager..."

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